Vinesend Lane, Cradley, Malvern, WR13


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
It is located in a rural location yet conveniently located for the motorway network and nearby towns of Malvern and Worcester.

The main part of the house dates from the late 1800's and has well preserved original features typical of that period including high ceilings, wide architrave and skirting boards, picture rails, traditional panelled doors and large sash windows.

The main façade of the house, at the rear, faces south. The principal reception rooms and bedrooms are dual aspect and overlook the gardens and paddocks. The hall with flag stone floor leads to the drawing room and sitting room both of which have period fireplaces and two sets of French windows opening onto the garden.

The kitchen/breakfast room has an oil fired Aga range cooker, a range of solid wood kitchen cupboards and a flag stone floor.

A study/downstairs bedroom and a practical utility room and shower room complete the accommodation on the ground floor.

The first floor has four bright, well-proportioned bedrooms and two bathrooms.

On the north side of the house there is a parking and turning area leading to the back door. There is also access to the courtyard of barns and outbuildings which have significant potential for further development subject to the usual consents.

The garden is mainly lawn and is on the south side of the house. It enjoys fabulous views over the paddocks and surrounding countryside. There is a large summer house/ pavilion and outside dining area.

Great Malvern 3 miles, Ledbury 9 miles, Worcester 9 miles

M5 (J7) 11 miles, Birmingham 37 miles (All distances are approximate)

The picturesque village of Cradley is surrounded by beautiful Herefordshire countryside. It lies just 3 miles to the west of the thriving spa town of Malvern and is well positioned for access to Worcester and the Birmingham conurbation, with easy access to the motorway network and direct mainline train links to Birmingham and London.

The Malvern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are the dominant feature of the landscape. Malvern is also a renowned cultural centre with an excellent theatre and cinema, and has several excellent state and private schools.

Furthermore, Malvern has good shopping facilities, a Waitrose superstore is in the town centre and there are a wide range of independent retailers on a busy high street.

More comprehensive facilities can be found in the Cathedral city of Worcester, which caters for most needs.

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